Gregor Schulz, Martin Trippensee, Matthias Hermann
Gregor Schulz, Martin Trippensee, Matthias Hermann
© Anna-Maria Löffelberger
Martin Trippensee, Matthias Hermann und Gregor Schulz
Martin Trippensee, Matthias Hermann und Gregor Schulz
© Tobias Witzgall
Anna Lukasser-Weitlaner
Anna Lukasser-Weitlaner
© Tobias Witzgall
Anna Lukasser-Weitlaner und Publikum
Anna Lukasser-Weitlaner und Publikum
© Tobias Witzgall
Viktoria Wieser und Publikum
Viktoria Wieser und Publikum
© Tobias Witzgall
Matthias Hermann
Matthias Hermann
© Tobias Witzgall

© Tobias Witzgall
Martin Trippensee
Martin Trippensee
© Tobias Witzgall
Gregor Schulz
Gregor Schulz
© Tobias Witzgall
Viktoria Wieser
Viktoria Wieser
© Tobias Witzgall
Martin Trippensee und Gregor Schulz
Martin Trippensee und Gregor Schulz
© Tobias Witzgall
Matthias Hermann
Matthias Hermann
© Tobias Witzgall
Ensemble
Ensemble
© Tobias Witzgall
Martin Trippensee, Gregor Schulz und Matthias Hermann
Martin Trippensee, Gregor Schulz und Matthias Hermann
© Tobias Witzgall

Der Grüffelo

Julia Donaldson

Bühnenfassung von Oliver Wronka / Ab 5 Jahren

Wiederaufnahme 7. April 2022 / Kammerspiele

Synopsis

But then again, the biggest, strongest monster in the woods is terribly scared of a tiny mouse. A mouse? That’s right! The gruffalo has seen with its own eyes how all the animals in the woods freeze in terror when they see this particular little mouse. Well, appearances can be deceptive. On the fateful day that the mouse and the gruffalo meet for the first time, the cunning mouse has had quite an adventurous little walk. It loves nothing more than a brisk stroll in the woods on a nice and sunny day like this. But the clever rodent soon realises that some animals in the woods would love to have it for dinner – and not as a guest. The mouse really doesn’t feel like being eaten, so it tells all the hungry animals that it has been invited to dine with the gruffalo; and it describes this dangerous creature very closely. The fox, the snake and the owl have never seen a gruffalo before, but they decide that it is wiser not to cross the friend of such a scary monster. There’s no such thing as a gruffalo, because the mouse has invented it – or so it thinks. Imagine the mouse’s surprise when it comes face to face with a real gruffalo!